Duck Dynasty Star Warns U.S. ‘Will Collapse’ if it Continues to ‘Slaughter its Offspring’

Phil Robertson, notable squirrel-eating, catchphrase loving Duck Dynasty patriarch, delivered a tough warning about the future demise of America. Last week, while speaking to a lively Alabama crowd while campaigning for its Senate Candidate, Judge Roy Moore, Robertson opened his brief-but-uninhibited remarks with a bit of his trademark humor, saying, “I started to wear my suit, but it occurred to me, I don’t own a suit … or a cell phone … or a computer.”

He was quick to explain that each of these has negative consequences over time and that his life has been peaceful without the presence of unneccessary technology.

Judge Roy Moore’s Rally

The rally was held outside of Mobile in Fairhope, Alabama.

Seven minutes into his address, Robertson’s words took their most somber turn. While holding his old Bible up for the crowd to see–its binding duct taped together–he read and then quoted from Romans 1:28, “Since they did not think it worthwhile to retain the knowledge of God, He gave them over to a depraved mind to do what ought not to be done. They became filled with every kind of wickedness, evil, greed, and depravity.”

And then he said, “When a nation slaughters its offspring–1 million a year–they always collapse–those nations do. You can’t do that!”

America’s collapse

At multiple times and in multiple ways during his address, Robertson indicated that he believes America is fully on its way to complete ruin if it continues to violate clear biblical commands. Specifically, he believes the freedom of abortion–the slaughter of its offspring–will be the proverbial nail in the coffin of this country. There wasn’t a trace of humor or lightheartedness in his tone when he spoke of the death of millions of unborn American babies.

Known for being candid in an age when political correctness is the expectation, he did not limit his concerns to the freedom of abortion. Speaking again of the passage in Romans that he read to the crowd, he said, “Sounds like America, doesn’t it? I’m quoting what the Apostle Paul said 2,000 years ago. When you look on our streets in America, you see people running around with signs on top of their head, all puffed up … won’t even acknowledge the flag of the United States of America, the national anthem! You say, ‘What in the world’s going on?’ They’re senseless! Faithless!”

Robertson’s faith

Robertson has never shied away from sharing his faith–or stern warnings from a biblical perspective. In 2013, his comments about homosexuality caused a firestorm that affected his family and their hit TV show, Ducky Dynasty. Specifically speaking to men about preferring sex with women instead of men, he said, “… She’s got more to offer. I mean, come on, dudes! You know what I’m saying? But hey, sin: It’s not logical, my man. It’s just not logical.”

The same candor–though not addressed to homosexuality–was used during last week’s rally in support of Judge Roy Moore. Bottom line: This is the candor that draws people to Robertson. The crowd would have expected or appreciated no less.

Judge Roy Moore

According to his website, Judge Roy Moore “is a life-long Alabamian and a committed constitutional conservative that has stood up for liberty and religious freedom his entire career.” In 2000, Moore became Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. Three years later he was removed for refusing to remove the monument representing the Ten Commandments from the rotunda of the Alabama Judicial Building. He staunchly determined to acknowledge God’s sovereignty.

In reference to the Ten Commandments debacle, Robertson said it would seem that the place where people are sent for violating the Ten Commandments would be the best place to house the Ten Commandments.

The crowd seemed to appreciate these comments.

Final thought

Robertson encouraged the crowd with the certainty that God–not government–is in charge of the future. When referencing healthcare–and Obamacare specifically–he reminded the crowd that God is in charge of human health and all healthcare programs can accomplish is prolong the inevitable.

Robertson pointed out that Moore is a godly man, and with few godly men left, it is essential that Alabamians elect him to serve if there is any hope left for the country.

~ Christian Patriot Daily


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